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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 W07 The VERY BEST Goods at Reasonable Prices We appreciate the splendid trade we have enjoyed during the Fall season and are putting forth every effort to give the people the very latest creations in Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes sand everything for winter wear Our many years of experience enable us to buy the best goods at prices which permit us to sell them to the consumer at less than most merchants can afford to do We invite you to call and see our stock for we know we can please you in both quality and l ZflLrBBNrH radx NUMBER 35 lft L 1 Immense 3rC1eiEEEE EEC c J J r r S ice r z 11rzzzE Guns Shells Powder SHOT ETC HASELDEN BROS Guns e youIf want Wanted young lady to sell tickets at the Electric Theater The Ladies of the Presbyterian church are going to have a bazar the first Saturday in December Rev M F Hill Secretary of the Ken tucky Conference will preach at the Methodist church at Mt Olivet next Sunday morning and at Bryantsville Sunday night A big crowd came in to county court Monday but business among the farm ers was not overly brisk The mer chants report a good day There were no stock sales of note The ladies of the Methodist church will have an apron sale in Thompsons store on Dec 14th Your patronage will be appreciated Everything good to eat will also be served The C W B M will have their annu al doll sale at the Stormes room on Danville street Dec 13 and 14 They will have a fine display of dolls and will also serve refreshments Making A Fine Race Mr W S Fish of Paint Lick was here Tuesday and tells us he is getting along best kind in his race for county clerk of Madison county He has been living on the Madison side for many years and has a legion of friends in that section who are for him and de ing all they can in his behalf Billy is a mighty clever man and we trust that he will knock the persimmon I i SHOES That Will WEAR and keep your feet warm and dry go to L O O A 3ST S HEAD QUARTERS For Good SHOES Our were bought direct from the manufacturer None but the very bet allowed to enter our store Why not let us shoe you We will do it Better and Cheaper than any house in the city We have only Shoes We have Misses Shoes Ladies Shoes Boys Shoes Mens Shoes and infact everything sold in all uptodate Shoe Store We can show you six or eight styles in Mens high top shoes from 35Ot 850 Honest Mike Boots and Shoes can be found here The Little Red School House Shoes for Girls and Boys ft i This is the home of The Walk Over Shoe The Bates and the Florsheim Shoe can also be found here We have the only Bwtee made for wear The Famous Drew Selby line of Ladies fine footwear occupy a very prominent in our store Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods hoes c 1 h 1 here HT Lo Ban 7 r space Faulkner Kennedy on trial for mur der was again given a sentence of twen tyone years at Stanford last week He was tried by a Garrard county jury All of of the stores will be closed the entire of tomorrow giving the clerks a rest This office will not be opened all hands having engagements to be out of town Fine Offices Dr J M Acton has moved his offices into the handsome suite just over Stormes drug store He has subrented two of them to Dr B F Walter the dentist They are unques tionably the handsomest In this sec Candidate For Speaker Our former townsman Col E W Lil lard now of Danville has announced as a candidate for Speaker of the next House Col Lillard is in every way fitted for the place and his Garrarc county friends hope that he will bt successful Death of Former GarrardCo News of the death of Bush Lee El kin aged eighty years has been receiv ed by Garrard county friends and rela tives He resided at Jackson Miss but has not been to Kentucky for some time He was a brother of Mrs M D Hughes and Capt T A Elkin of this city Will Sustained j The Gillispie will case came to a close late last Thursday afternoon Judge Ford rendering a decisslon in favor of maintaining the will The case will be appealed to circuit court It will be remembered that Gillispie left his estate to a charitable institu tion in Louisville The Sunday School rally at Fairview last Sunday was quite a success owing to the untiring efforts of the superin tendant MrsJ A Arnold ably assisted by Miss Nannie Rogers At the close of the very interesting program a Christian Endeavor society was organ ized with large membership and good prospects for future work Secret Griefs Trouble comes in many forms It may be a bitter disappointment which falls upon a young life when love has not been true or when character has proved unworthy turning the fair blossoms of hope to dead leaves under the feet says an exchange There are lives that bear the pain and hidden memorial of such a grief through long years making them sad at heart even when walking in sweetest sunshine Or it may be the failure of some other hope as when one has followed a bright dream of ambition for days and years finding it only a dream Or it may be the keener more bitter grief which comes to one when a friend is untrue or disgraces himself The anguish which love endures for otherss sins is among the saddest of earths sorrows If we knew the inner life of many of the people we meet we would be very gentle with them and would excuse the things in them that seem strange or eccentric to us are carrying burdens of secret grief Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court began Monday morning with His Honor Judge W C Bell on the woolsack and Commonwealths Attorney Chas Hardin and County At torney Joe E Robinson on hand to make the way of the transgressor hard There are no criminal cases of conse quence and the civil docket is light As we go to press ahead of time this week nothing of interest has been done Following is list of grand jury Jas Hill foreman Jas Clark J J Poor Chas Adams Wm Sutton J W Reid Tom Naylor Root Brown David Reuben Prather Joe Burnsde John Newland The petit jury is as follows Row H B Cox Wm Sherrow H C Hamilton T A Elkin Walton Moss John Camp bell Tack Bourne M G Aldridge J F Ruble Loyd Bourne T M Scott C A Robinson Hose Lawson Wm Broad due JT Henry C FIson driekson Rufus Moss J K Sutton J T Clark Giyenr Terrill Walter Fain G H Lane during completed tion Man J They Stevens ilK cC Hen I A Fine Attraction The Electric Theater in the Sween ey store room skating rink is draw ing large crowds every night The moving pictures are especially good Beautifully illustrated songs are great ly enjoyed The Record advises you to attend as the work of the is not only wonderful but enjoya ble Constitutional Frankfort Ky Nov 22 In the cases of the Commonwealth vs Lexington Brewing Company Singer Manufactur ing Company Remington Typewriter Company and several other cases from Boyle county involving the constituali tv of the act requiring corporations to insert the word incorporated in all their signs and advertisements the Court of Appeals hold the act but the prosecution must be had in the county where the principal Ricer of the company in this State esides or in the county where the companys designated agent for ser vices of process resides Police Trains Mr Clarence E Woods Mayor of Richmond Ky who has been in at tendance on the Kentucky State Association incidentally put through a matter which will be of special interest to the people of his city and section Since Richmond went dry last Julv said he to a rep resentative or the Times with refer ence to the matter the bums of our town go to Winchester for their booze and returning create much disorder on the trains making it disagreeable and even dangerous to passengers I took up the matter with the legal of the L N road and as a result trains are to be policed under a statute and the nuisance broken up The policing is also to be extended to Stanford below us and also on the branch to Livingston similardisorders having occured between these points Louisville Times Garrard County Hero The Western School Journal prints the following in regard to the heroism of a gentleman who was born and rais ed in Garrard county and is well by many of our citizens The Journal says We are exceedingly glad to lean that the Carnegie hero fund has recognized the remarkable heroism of Andrew J Hedger recently of the Haskell County schools He was born in Kentucky in 1861 line following is the dispatch an nouncing the award and giving the par ticulirs A gold medal and 3600 with which to educate his fur chil dren is the award given tonight by the Carnegie hero fund commission to Andrew J Hedger county dent of schools at Santa Fe Kans Hedgers case shows remarkable heroism Through death seemed certain he rescued Joseph H King from death and recovered the body of Willian H Nunn near Pleece ville Kans November 27 1906 King and Nunn both farmers were repair ing a drilled well seventysix feet deep They dug a hole along the side of the pipe thirty six feet deep A ton or more of earth caved from the top of the hole mounted a horse and alarm Hedger was visiting a school two miles away He arrived at scene an hour after the accident Several farmers were discussing ways and means to rescue the man Hedger asked for volunteers to aid None offered themselves Then he to draw lets This proposition was also declined Hedger is five feet ten inches tall and weighs 200 pounds When the farmers refused to aid him he calmly wrote his name in a book wrote the names and addresses of his children and gave them together with his life insurance policy to one of party He was lowered into the hole and after working two hours with a fire shovel released King who drawn to the surface Fastening a rope around Nunns body Hedger then allowed himself to be drawn out of the hole Within a short time after his work was accomplished another cave in occurred Hedgers wife has been confined hospital eightyears His children are 16 14 12 and 10 years old machinery I superintendent gavethe offeredI Ins constitutional Development department remembered almost the was Undertaker Arterial ail Cavity Eafcalrig Office on Danville Street IIIIJ1Beazle9 I I RILL LINE OF CASKETS ANII BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN iIL JIIII 11I111111 111111111111111111111 AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency j STOP armers FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residenee No 7anyone I M K Denny I DENTIST Office over Herndon jewelry store i X XOiT J HOOD DENTIST Office at residence DanvillestI tttt tt ttxx tt tt x Paz I Tin Shop Roofing Etci Gonn a Guttering Boos Banks Hudson We will sell you the best grades of WiMfW W4r 1WIM f smiMsiUiuvuiiimM 1 COAL Ballards Obelisk Flour In Barrels Genuine Kanawah Salt Field Seeds and all kinds of FEED at the lowest Cash price We will appreciate a call as well as a share of your business BANKS HUDSON LillrdTHE PLACE TO EAT 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia loc Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus 150 Potatoes Stewed in Cream roc New Wax Beans loc Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream loc Coffee ioc Tea ioc Milk ioc Buttermilk loc Always a full line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it when you want it White Service Throughout Cuisine Unexcelled Everything New Neat Clean and upto date NOTICE ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES Having to run longer hours higher prices for labor and the advance in fuel on and after January 1st make the following new form rates to citizens and of Lancaster for each 16 candle power lamp per month as followsRates For Residences I i i i i mE m7 i i i 1908we r 1EIhY IItL1 residents For 2 lights For 4 lights For For For 10 lights For 12 lights 80 per month 150 per month 210 per month 260 per month 300 per month 340 per month 6 lights 8 lights For 14 lights per month For 16 lights month For 18 lights 460 per month For 20 lights per month For all lights in excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of twenty each per month 380 420per 500 Rates on all Business Souses Hotels Etc J For all arc Lamps 4 each per month 2 16 candle power lamps SLOO month 4 16 candle power lamps 190 month 6 16 candle power lamps 2 70 month 8 16 candle power lamps 340 month 10 16 candle power lamps 400 month 12 16 candle power lamps 460 month 14 16 candle power lamps month 16 16 candle power lamps 580 month 18 16 candle power lamps 6 40 month 20 16 candle power lamps 700 month For all lights in excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of thirty cents each per month 520 All parties are requested to turn their lights out business hours In case they fail to do it the current will be cut off from them Remember it is no benefit to you to let your lights burn after business hours and by you turning them off greatly helps the Electric Light Co These rules will be strictly enforced from now on The above rates are as low as can be made and run an Electric Light Plant so you must turn your lights off after business hours Respectfully Lancaster Electric Light Co 111111 after J J WALKKK President III J S JOHNSON Vice I Pre t ORGANIZED I 7 wo JlteBDAMt Cashr CD WALIBB Bookkeeper J Duilleii elicited Prompt and Garefol Attention J S B F Hodson J Walker T Y ADao1d Jim 188- 3Tbe NATIONAJ BANK of KY CAPITAL l UPLVa llH B Cashier DIRWI ORS JoHN8oN J 1 A Sanders CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Nail Matter Member Ky Press Association I Lancaster Ky November 28 1907 He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writesEIec trio Bitters have done me more good than any medicine 1 ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 50 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great alterative and body builder best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by 50c 1m STONE Miss Flora Wiley of Stone was in Nicholasville shopping last Thursday C S Sanders bought of Henry Teater and Joe Warren a bunch ot shoats at 4ctsMisses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield and Alice Snyder visited Miss Beatric Sanders Sunday Miss Linnie Preston visited MISS Lucy and Jennie Dickson of Buckeye part of last week Miss Tinsie King of McCreary visit ed her visited her sister Mrs Joe Hicks last week Rev G H Fern of Lexington will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Sunday night C S Sanders wife and little daughter Ida Mae visited Mr and Mrs Henry Montgomery Sunday Mr and Mrs Mead Teater are rejoice ing over the arrival of a girl baby in their home on the 19th The Fall City left this place last Wednesday for Louisville with a load of hogs from different parties Mr Reather Bay and Bill McQuearry delivered their tobacco to King at Nicholasville 1125 per hundred Mrs Lem Teater and children of this place visited her father Mr Will San ders of Madison county last week Miss Mabel Crutchfield of Lancas ter the guest of Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfield from Saturday until Mon dayMiss Bell Prewitt returned to her home in Madison Sunday after two months stay with her father Mr John Prewitt BBYANTSYULLE Mr B D Ballard is up after a several days illness Mr and Mrs J H Dunn are in Lexing ton for a short visit Mr and Mrs W J Hogan visited at Stanford last week Mr Fayette Brooks of Lexington was here last week on business Mrs Will Dickerson entertained a few of her friends at dinner Sunday Mrs Sam Haselden entertained a number of her relatives at dinner Sun dayMrs Letcher Sanders of Nicholas yille has been visiting Mr and Mrs J W Glass Miss Mayme Ballard and Mr Hogan Ballard will spend Thanksgiving at LexingtonMrs Johnson of Livingston is spending the week with her mother Mrs Josephine Boner Miss Eliza Ison after an illness of two weeks was able to resume her school duties Monday Mrs J M Smith of Mackville is to spend the Thanksgiving Holidays with her mother Mrs Atha DunnMiss Mae Robinson has issued for a Linen Shower which she will give Friday December the sixth for Miss Mattie Mae Leavell Bev F M Hill will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday even ing as the pastor Rev Ross is a protracted meeting atFalmontb Mrs Chalmer Gallaher and baby have returned to their home near Lexington after spending several weeks with her father Mr C M Jenkins Mr W C Bose has bought of Mr C C Becker a half interest in Mr Beckers General Merchandise store and the firm will be known as Becker Rose Mr Bose is well known here and we wish him much success in his new bust ness Invitations have been received for the wedding of Miss Mattie Mae Leavell and Mr Michael Robert Smith which will occur December the elev enth at Pleasant Grove Church Miss Leavell is one of our most popular girls and her wedding will be the social event of the season The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced Not a grain of real Coffee in iteither Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grams with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an he to nn knowingly drink it for Coffee Gill Walker Simpson f B E McRobertstrugglst as relatives expected invitations conducting expertwere ell it I a Business Items All kinds of shell nuts at Zimmors Fresh Lowueys Candies at Zim mers Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkins tf Fresh home made mince meat the best ever tf Buggy and wagon harness are at great bargains W J Romans Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W J Romans The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans Plants kept over winter 25c square foot in advance tf Lancaster Greenhouse Dont forget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap at W J Romans I am offering great bargains in bug fifes to make room for my large spring stock W J Romans For Sale 200 Barred Plymouth Pullets and Cockerels W E Moss Phone 184 F 10 lltf For Sale A few nice bronze turkeys for quick sale M Higginsbotham Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are due This includes the dog tax Pleas call and settle same at once 611 tf C A Arnold Grass for 35 head of yearling cattle for 30 days The price must be reason able and the grass good C B Ledford Lancaster Ky Star Route Telephone No 47 A Coal Coal Coal Dont be afraid to pass us your or ders for coal we carry a large stuck and can make prompt delivery Banks Hudson Hotel for Rent The Mason Hotel rent for year 1908 Possession given Jan 1 1122tf Mason Pair secondhand wagon scales Must be in good condition Address W F Parks Lowell Ky Onions all sold Also wheat A few of barred Plyniouthrock pullets and cockrels left W E Muss 118 2t Salt Salt Salt A new car just received especially good for cureing meats Genuine Kanawha Banks Hudson For Sale 59 acres of land and timber in 7 miles of Somerset in Pulaski county W T iJoolin t Box 12 Marksbury Ky TJntirJan 1 we will sell shoes cloth ing queensware and many other at actual cost C D Powell 2t Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment the Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome Zimmers Restaurant I have several handsome show cases several floor cases which will sell cheap 1 P Thompson 2t Stray Hog A black sow came to F M Tinders the 19th Can be had by paying for this ad and keeping For Sale Will sell privately 2 good milk cows and 4 meat hogs weighing about 300 Ibs also 2 good work mares Jack Hiatt our School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 will save cost by pay ing at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf Turkeys Wanted Highest market price for 1000 delivered this week and next at Stanford or Lancaster See us before selling Nortbcott Hagan Important Notice Ladies Home Journal Delineator and Home Companion will raise clubbing rates on Nov 1st Call and get advantage of the present low prices before the advance is made Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs Store tf We shall as usual be headquarters for everything for Christmas Fruits and candies the finest line of toys of every description nicer presents for ladies and young men Dont buy un til you see our line and we are sure to sell you W H Ward 152t Fine Farm For Rent Will subrent 93 acres known as the Ashley Gulley farm near McCreary possession Jan 1st 32 acres to go in corn about 4 acres in oats 12 acres already in wheat Rest in new good Frank Pearce Lancaster Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your Can you afford to take chance of los lug your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm property insured G B Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 920 tf Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments treat ed 1125tf Miss Sallie Elkin is now devoting her entire time to china decoration She has finished many suitable pieces for wedding or Christmas pre sents She extends an invitation to all who are interested to call at her home on Danville street and see her work I I j madeat Zimmers Plants Mrs G now S C for Mrs E J Wanted 2t articles celebrated boxes 3t turkeys grass tf R FD 1 tobacco M j U f I r goin pe d Wanted thei 0 Tuesdays stiffer g Flour Flour Flour strictly first pat ent and none butter try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy it tf Banks Hudson Doll Sale and Exchange The C W B M will hold a doll sale and exchange at the Stormes room on Danville street on Dec 13 and 14 nice stok of dulls and a bountiful supply of everything to eat at very reasonable prices The proceeds of this sale go toward the support of an orphan girl Please remember the dates Bazaar Dec 7th The Mite Society of the Presbyterin church will have a bazaar in the Stormes room on Danville street Sat urday Dec 7th Please remember the- r date They will have many nice fancy articles suitable for Christmas pre sents Also many articles for the talle Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1lyr Happiness- At length Happiness always ing developed an especial burst of speedIt impossible for anybody to overtake her except with a car cost ing 10000 or more And even then only for the briefest moment Life A Difference Going away for a vacation Yes My wife and I leave next Saturday What Going to take your wife on a vacation Sure Im going for a vacation not for a Free Press Revenge going to bring Jolt home with me to dinner tonight mercy dear dont Its the cooks day out and Ill have to cook dinner Never mind I owe Jolt one any Statesman Glad Hes Living Mrs This paper says a normal man breathes 20000 times in the course of one day Mr Yes my dear that is his privilege while the women are Statesman Different know a man make money on a tip he got In Wall street say I have But Ive known men to make money on tips they have Statesman Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great yalue of this scien title prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Rem edy Sold by R E McRoherts Special Notice Till further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to return on the R R and best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have 500 worth of Dental work done In buying R R ticket take receipt for the money paid for the round trip and the receipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be First class in every respect and to give good satisiaction Only best- r class of materials used Dr V H Hobson Dennist Richmomd Ky Phone No 2 Public Sale Having decided to move to Indiana I will on SATURDAY DEC 7 1907 at the Buckhannon farm 1 mile from the river bridge sell the following property 2 head of horses 2 milk cows 4 sows and pigs 1 buggy and harness 2 horse carriage and harness 1 2 horse wagon farming implements of all kinds house hold and kitchen furniture Sale at 930 Terms made known on day of sale G W DAVIS 2t Crab Orchard Ky Public Sale Having sold my farm 1 will offer at DUllic sale THURSDAY DEC 12 1907 at my residence 9 miles from Lancas ter 1 mile from Richmond and turn pike near Paint Lick the following property to wit 3 good brood mares 3 work mules 9 yearling mules 6 mares and 3 horses suckling mule colt 2 yearling horse colts 3 good milk cows 10 head of yearling steers 5 good calves 2 heifers 50 head of good stock Eheep 3 good brood sows 1 good 2 two horse wagons and other Farming implements too numerous to mention and some household and kitch en furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 930 a D COCHRAN Paint Lick Ky Ballards Obelisk A tf U diseased flee restDetroit HeIm SheOh wayYonkers Crimson Crimson talkingYonkers ChurchEver GothamCant givenYonkers costthe Richmondand described begins yearling I Lancaster carriage in- S FurnitureCarpets Mattings Oil Olotlia Linoleums Window Shades Easels Costumers Springs and Mattresses Picture Frames Glass f Etc Etc Etc jj Anything not found in stock will be ordered on reason able terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 J C ROBINSON 5 MILLINERYWe have the in Central Kentucky We will appreciate a call form the ladies MRS ADA KINNAIRD i I r g g g g g g g I Lj tI STYLISH LINES I a f4iWU 4i 7 7 f x0 a Gr0 0 6 a O G CfO y GG yy V O 0 O N 4 0 0x0 0 0 v ahG 0 0 0 0 G G G= = = = = == THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXY President J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I Sam 1 B L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Keeper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I II f We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking t L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt LwO- Sce over Police Court room Prop attention to business WmHerndoB HRN10N HKN10N Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kemtuck- Omee over Stormes drug tore R Bea i j D Herndon Safety n DeDositBonsfor Rent wg Solicit Your Bosiness CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 rDIES OIi8 M COY JB WOODS R G GUY RL ARNOLD JSBURROWS EL WOODS 1 w c FISK Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casual ity Insurance R E McRocEiixs Prest J W EIJIORK Cashr- J C ETTBANKS Vice Prest B I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest faffivei frtf Vailt art Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well Known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we Invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS Ky lr particularly tit 1 J B Sanders V A Lear W W R Cook H K Herndon L Lawson H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price EL Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L W G Goocb I IK Perkins J C Hemphill H V Bastin TC Rankin R I Burton KILL COUCH CURE THK LURes I N WITH i ii iry Ifill liIIs I c iIAM ILLTIMMTAM t l ili lilt SIIAL 81 QD iJZllf1 OS ROUT WUlDI D lit Reasonable Prices On Display Batsons White Elephant Store i Furs of the Finest Quality and Make I TEMSER aad r rr xr rxrraorrrkroxr a ar x sr r rr Best P 10TO 29th 30tIi I SUITS TOP COATS and RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying Ill We are showing boys knee suits Knicker g bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch j and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 CvO Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician W make at 350 and 100 Be sure and ask to i2j see these shoes Whiting Company of New York are the recognized authority on correct Writing Paper We have just received full line direct from the factory Please call and see R E McRoberts Druggist Modish Millinery Having only a few Trimmed Hats left I will beginning Monday November 25 sell at cost until all are sold Everybody desiring any thing in the millinery line will do well to call at once Veiling and childrens Headwear special Caps 25cts Alexander Walker 0X 0X0 Ylii1S IiL l lflfJrdit X X I NEW TOCK CLOTHING I I I Ie I 1 m I I Jim Smith Herrin- B XSX X r I YfIffIeYlilISJ 1 X X TiX leJDL Xii lii JffI Je1 gJllll X I B B r I I i m eY YQ lb fXeX AT COST e Mrs if JO H a Ti I 01 Qj Q Q m e v Plai- dSt Q a 9 Q QFisherQ p ee 1I J y it- t x Is I About People A Brief Mention of the Caaa and Geiags fcyThwe We Are Interested In Mrs J M Farra visited Lexington ref atives last week E C Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday Mr Farra was in Louisville days the past week Richard Burnside returned to his work in Louisville Saturday Miss Polly Tfaylor of Stanford is Visiting Miss Katie Simpson Mrs Mollie Swope of Knoxville was with relatives here last week Mr Richard Newland of Stanford was a visitor in our city Friday Mr and Mrs Henry Simpson will spend Thanksgiving in Lexington Miss Elizabeth Johnson is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Minor of Louisville Mr and Mrs R M Aldridge were the guests of Mr Haselden in Bryantsville Sunday J S Johnson Jr and Sim Anderson will spend Thanksgiving at Stone huntingMiss Hardin is spending the week with Miss Pattie Walker at BuckeyeMiss Dunn has returned from a visit to Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick Mrs N Miller and son Willie are vis itlng her daughter Mrs Elsener in CharlestonMr Walker entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of Miss Polly Traylor Mr and Mrs CFttott and Miss Johns of Richmond have been visiting Mr and Mrs W R Gott Mrs Louis Landram returned Tues day from a visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice of Louisville Miss Mamie Bastin has returned from a visit to Misses Pearl and Clara Collier of Crab Orchard Mrs J H Williams was called to Georgetown this week by the serious Illness of her sister Mrs Ewing Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned home after spending several weeks with hersisters in Hamilton Ohio Stanford Journal Mr Jack Dunn and wife and Mr J W Simpson and wife ot Garrard were guests of Mr and Mrs JM Phillips Miss Jennie Higgins the popular school teacher of Paint Lick is in the Superintendents office since the marri age of Miss Mittie Dunn The Pecos Tex Times J B Jen nings paid our office a pleasant call last Friday He is from Lancaster Kentucky and has accepted a position in the dry goods department of the Pecos Meicantile Company He is a relative of our J Y Leavell and comes highly recommended His family will follow him about January 1 Our peo ple extend to Mr Jennings and family a most cordial welcome The following invitations have been issued Mr James Bryant Leavell requests the honor of your presence- at daughterMattie to Mr Michael Robert Smith on Wednesday eleventh of December Nineteen hundred and seven at noon Pleasant Grove Church Bryantsville Kentucky Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic par gativee To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Fills the safe gen tie cleansers and invigorators Guaran teed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at McBoberte drugstore 25C 1m J M several I t r f MT HEBRON Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan are with relatives in Lexington Miss Ina Gulley spent Sunday with Miss Lou Montgomery Mrs J M Vanderpool of Lexington is with relatives in this locality- G W Thompson sold his farm of 142 acres to J N Sherrow at 35 per acre Mrs F B Grow who has been quite ill for some time is improving slowly Mr Spencer Scott of Cincinnati is the quest of his grandmother Mrs E F Scott Rev Jones of Louisville filled his appointment at this place Saturdav and Sunday Wolford the little son of Dennis Scott was kicked in the head by a horse Sunday morning Mr Earl Grow delivered his tobacco crop to Nicholasville last week at 970 per hundred Mr Jesse Duncan and Mary Preston were united in marriage last Wednes day Rev Shouse officating We wish them a long happy and prosperous journey through life HABKSBURY Miss Kav Jenkins will entertain a number of friends tomorrow at a Thanksgiving dinner Mr and Mrs Robt Clark entertained a number of friends Wednesday in of his anniversary Mrs Will Clark of Jessamine county who is with relatives here has been quite sick for the past week Mr Vic Rice bought a farm contain ing 25 acres for 2300 at Turnersville and will move to it Jan 1st Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins entertained last Thursday at dinner in honor of the bride and groom Mrs Ap Price of LancasterMessrs Greening of Lexington W C Greening and son Guy Cbenault of Independence Kan have returned home after a visit to relatives here and MiddlesboroA afternoon was spent at the parsonage by the children of the Sunday School last Saturday Mr and Mrs Shouse who are adepts at entertaining children had provided everything nice for their enjoyment and the beaming eyes and happy laugh ter told the story of what a lovely time they had Married at the parsonage of the Fork church by the Rev Henry Shouse Wednesday Nov 20th at 6 p m Mr Henry Clay Herring Burdette and Miss Stella May Shuttles of Junction City The brides cousin and the grooms brother were the attendants The ladies were becomingly dressed in tailored suits with gloves and hats to match and the gentlemen wore the conventional black Mr and Mrs Bur dette will make their home in Junc tion City Mr Burdette being an official on the Q C at that place On Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs J H Dean Mr Jess L Dun can and Preston were unit ed In the holy bonds of matrimony by the pastor of Fork church The bride was beautifully dressed in blue silk Immediately after the ceremony when congratulations had been extended Mrs Dean seryed a most delightful supper only a few friends of the being present to partake of the bountiful repast The happy couple will make their home in the communi ty and we wish them much joy A Hart Debt to pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed when I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous day hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaran teed by R McRoberts druggist 50c Trial bottle free 1m honor Mrand Miss family imminent and 100 Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a won derfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m WALLACETON Little Dorothy Elliott is better after a two weeks illness Mr Robert Gentry made a business trip to Red Lick first of the week Mr Tom Hill has moved to his new house Mr Jesse Kirby has moved to the house vacated by Mr Hill Mr and Mrs W M Pennington of Corbin have moved to the home re cently bought of Robert Kidd in Wal lacetonJohn the 20 year old son of Mr and Mrs Joe Hill died last Tuesday Nov 19th after a weeks illness of pneu monia Funeral services were con ducted by Rev S M Carrier at the Methodist church of which John had been a member several years Mr and Mrs Hill have the sympathy of the en tire community in their sudden and great bereavement of their only child A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe that Dr Shoop tells moth ers everywhere to give it without hesi tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tendei stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cougn and heals the sore and sensi tive broncbal membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used tc Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal acb ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses Tb Sacred Herb Demand Take no other R E McRoberts Many think they repent the sowing when they only fear the reaping Theres a lot of difference between saving money and hoping to be saved by it Years of Suffering Then Robust Health Great Remedy Cured Skin Disease of Long Standing Mr J Weber of 1065 Vine street San Jose Cal writes an interesting story of terrible skin suffering which ended in robust health when he found a remedy which cured him like magic Here is Mr Webers own story In July 1900 my face began to be affected with a terrible skin disease I went to a doctor and he told me that I had been poisoned and he wanted erate on me I refused to let him do so and after a few months my face was an awful sight You could see that it was diseased to the bone Some people claimed that I had cancer Great boils would appear increasing in size and paining me terribly I begun to doctor again but no one could help me large pimples and boils would continue to come At that time I had as many as ten on my face I was such a terrible sight that my friends could not bear to see me I doctored for five years until my funds gave out and I had to stop During this time I tried over 300 remediesOne I happened to hear of D D D Prescription and learned that it had cured several bad cases of Eczema I purchased a bottle and then I got a second bottle of five bottles cured me It has been eight months now and the disease has not returned My friends ask what it was that cured me of the awful skin trouble and I answer that it was D D D which heal meWe know that word of the above letter is absolutely true We keep D D D Prescription the great remedy for eczema psoriasis rheum dandruff etc because all the cures it has made appear to be lasting Come in and talk to us about this remedy BX Lancaster A I I Dr Shoops toop Theuse every t salt MoRo They Dont Make a Better One show you MOUNT ELKIN Let us Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy thecelebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass Venetian Glass and the celebrated bibbev Cut Glass We are exclusive agents in Lancaster for Libbeys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Glass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store I FOR I I I I I I I I s i h i 1 Arcget3WcPrcpsrslioflIbrAs IMAMS HILDKIN PromotesD estioaCiicerful ncss and IfesLCon tains neither NOT SWrl nnmw MMUSJtk Remedy forConsGpa lion Sour WorrasG nvulsk nsFetterish ness andLoss OF SLIER lacSisuIe Signature of NEW YORK old EXACT COPT OF VHAEPEB mmMorpbine nor rrl1 NARCOTIC tU Sa4j w rte v s J tin u wauwa awtrw n n rwwumumm- i trr a i Sn1i3tt1n Lcrec miiPeguIa l r SdF- xJem t7aa- A iI 4 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature For Over Thirty Years urn camum cowwurr MCW vomc errr j of In Use CASThIA CASTORIA THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER of Richmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7tb It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so BY Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for sometime I has given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights far sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for sale hill gate FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHANGE QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets Oa Sale November 1st 1907 Good Retard May 31 1908 I r of Ic Q r a r 111 i hata aie ad lost Ltd aJdre i6 PING Ilalad krlrYd J r tf THE WORI STORY OF TWO CHINESE GIRLS One Reared in Christian Home Wins Other Away from Her Idols Mary Stone Stone being a trans lation of the Chinese name Shih kSt rc7 S2twV meaning stone was born into a Christian family her father having been the first convert to Christianity in all of the Yangtse valley When Mary was eight years old her father then one of the most val a D ers of the Meth odist mission took her to Miss Howe in Kiuklang and asked that she be trained for the medical profession At 19 she entered Michigan university on English examination graduating with her degree of M D four years later Dr Stone then returned to Kiukiang where she has had charge of the hos pital work for the last ten years In the same city in the same year that Mary Stone was born another baby girl of the tame family name came into the world but this little one was born into a heathen home Rii Kuliang as she is called lost her father when very young and the mother at once vowed she would never remarry but devote her life to search ing for the true religion adopting the life customs and dress of the Taoist nun In a very pretty little home on the outskirts of the city this woman lived a life of utter seclusion her one companion being her little daughter who as she grew older and proved to be a beautiful girl was educated in her home and taught the three of the east and she too adopting the ugly garb of the Taoists became known like her mother as a truthseekerThe of the two women for their piety came to the ears of the emperor who ordered that his seal be placed over the gate thus insuring their safety from molestation For many years the Christian mem bers of the Stone family sought to gain admittance to the home but it was not until two years ago that the door was opened to them And since then God has used the dear little doc torcousin to effect a change says the Christian Herald The free happy life of Dr Stone attracted the little nun and the gay almost childlike spirit of the Christian with her bright face and merry laughter soon drew forth the confidence of the lonely recluse First came the interchange of calls and Ril Kuliang became intensely interested in the beautiful work of her cousin spending hours following her about the hospital Then the Bible was and a copy placed In the hands of the truthseeker Last winter Just a short time before Dr Stone started for America Rii Ku liang accepted an invitation to come to our home in the medical compound and for a week the timid shrinking little Taoist nun lived and slept in the home of Christians the first time in her life away from the idols Here she saw the free happy useful life of her cousin Each morning she attend ed prayers hearing the sweet songs of faith and love A few days after our visitor had re turned to her home we went to call on her at Purity Hall A bright eager face welcomed us The mother said to Dr Stone Since Rii Kuliang came back from your house she hasnt been near her idols once PROGRESS OF KINGDOM It abideth alone explains away some lives They have never learn ed the law of service The American International con vention of Y M C As is to be held In Washington next November Presi dent Roosevelt has signified his to receive the delegates at the White House In the city of Cal cutta there are now six branches of the Y M C A with a membership of 1078 six residential houses afford ing accommodation for 200 men with 174 actually in residence 13 six of whom are Indians and seven Europeans four buildings and four valued at 580000 rupees owned by the associations Religion may become an escape from duty rather than its inspiration and fulfillment People who complain of the days too short to do the good that awaits them often live as though life would be too long A Baptist deacon who has been through the south said recently I find that wherever I go there is the spirit of revival in the churches Suc cessful revivals are being held all over the country A New Society- A new society that goes by the name of The Student Recruits for the Christian Ministry has recently been formed in California The time seems to have come to present the claims of the ministry upon young men in a businesslike way This Cali fornia organization fostered by Y M C A interests will be watched with considerable curiosity His Doom The preacher who is feeding the children on philosophy may have to work his teeth on chaff some day Store Room In Stanford For If not sold privately 1 will sell at public auction at 130 p M DECEMBER 9 1907 onnty court day the D W VanDeveer storeroom in Opera House Block It is occupied by the postoffice is the most centrally located store room in town being directly opposite courthouse and on Main street store room has a side room and a splendid basement The lot on which room stands runs beyound the St creek and there is abundant for a large ware house Will at same time 30 acres of knob land MRS MATTIE V KIRBY 2t Stanford Ky MARY STONE ued native preachy introduced willingness secretaries rented being traveling i Sale Stanford and the This the ground also religions J RUNNING THE GRINDSTONE Some Suggestions for Making a Hard Job Easy If the face of the grindstone is hard and glazed pour a little sand on the stone every few minutes until the glaze is worn off and the stone will cut like a new one This condition is caused by exposing the stone to the weather I like to keep the stone in a shed cover but If this is not it under a tree and put a box when not in use It is j i I I undo er I Handy Grindstone Rig surprising how easy a little oil on the bearings will make the stone run yet some of my neighbors never think to oil theirs A few drops of kerosene will cut the gum if it runs hard and then some oil or axle grease will make it go easy It is hard to stand on one foot and work the treadle with the other This job can be made easy suggests a writer in Farm and Home by bolting two boards to the grindstone frame and extending it two feet on which place a seat as shown in the cut With a smooth and even face the grindstone works nicely but when it becomes uneven it is hard work to do a good job of grinding Such a stone needs to be cut down and toned up This can be done by grinding against the end of a piece of pipe having the stone dry There is nothing more exasperating than to try to work with a poor grindstone but with a good one it is a pleasure to keep the tools sharp HELPS THE ROADS Experience of the Specialist at Ne braska Experiment Station The following from a recent Issue of the Nebraska Farmer gives their experience with the road drag on the roads near the Nebraska experiment stationA proof of road dragging with split log drags was shown last winter during the long spell of deep muddy roads The roads next to the farm have been dragged for the last four five years and comparing them with others it makes a very great con trast While some of the other roads are hardly dry and a good many are rough and rutty the dragged roads have long become smooth and are as hard as brick Even during very muddy weather the depth of mud on the dragged roads was slight com pared with that of the undragged roads When a person drives over road of this kind when muddy it is like driving on pavement with but one to two inches of mud while the un worked roads sink to a depth of nine inches in places and also very heavy pulling having no solid ground under the mud A farmer who believes it does not pay to drag roads is badly mistaken In eastern Nebraska it is just beginning to become a practice And the ones to introduce it there were the students of the school of agriculture FARM JOTTINGS Give the sheep shelter from the sun You can never improve a flock by usfng a grade sire Now is the time to select the best possible sire for the flock The superiority of beef breeds is largely in their early maturity Choose a thoroughbred of the breed that suits the fancy or surrounding conditionsWell land will drought or freshet better than land that has not been drained Wethers intended for market should l e put in a pasture by themselves where they can be liberally fed When ewes are gaining in condition at mating time there will be a large percentage of twins and the lambs will strongerThe of seed mea I not yet reduced to a science Any man that undertakes it should avail himself of all extant information on the subject Cribbing Cribbing is a vice contracted by horses and hard to break It may be restrained says Farm Journal by buckling a strap round the throat loosely enough to allow the horse to breathe readily also by snapping the baIter to a rod that will prevent the horse from getting his teeth on to anything to suck wind Stringhalt Stringhalt is sometimes due to injury Closely observe the stable change the stall bathe the limbs in hot brine and attend to the shoeing Your farrier may discover some fault in shoeing that may be remedied A pronounced case can be corrected only by an operation CASTORFor Infants and Children Th KM YN Han Always BNgU Bears the I I or a stan cotton local IA Signature of PILES i- I Y 1le h let iMKfiate frill 1Is relief Magic 0atact w f A LINE MISSING She was crazy about palmistry She bought halfa dozen books and studied the lines and the mounts and the islands and the crosses and the stars and she had read her Henrys fortune time and again So he to read her hand one night with helpThis is my heart line dear she said as she traced with her fingers across the palm Yes your heart line You see how welldefined and strong it Is Yes beloved but it is not quite straight and this book says that those little lines running out of it are evi dences of previous affections Oh but this great break is you Then theres my head line Yes darling If your heart were as level as your head 1 mean in palmis would not be so jealous But you musnt read it like that What are you looking for He was very anxiously scanning the book and the hand Dearest I love you You have a magnificent life line and a splendid heart line and a level head line but WellI poor and if you could only show me the kitchen line the future would be one unbroken dream of hap Humiliating What Is the most humiliating thing in the world I can tell you It happened to me not long ago I had taken my wife and four children out for a ride one Sunday afternoon We had a shabby looking rig from a livery stable and as we were going through the park we met a girl to whom I had once been engaged She was lolling back in one of the finest automobiles I ever saw and the man beside her looked as if he ate 12 meals a day I felt so small that I could have crawled into the whip Record Herald Sympathy Captain to you young rascal ran away from home did you You ought to be thrashed for leaving home and thrashed again for getting a ship without per missionStowaway Please sir my sister commenced takin music lessons an practisin scales on the pianer an I thought there wouldnt be no planers on ships Come to my arms son I had a musical sister once myself N Y Weekly Easy to Raise doesnt pay to do too much demonstrating I told Harker all one had to do with my new umbrella was to touch it and it would go up did he touch it he touched it and I havent seen it News More Pity Wife during the only you because I pitied you Husband Well everybody pities me Daily News STUDIES IN SENSE bad undertook tryI piness socketChicago stowawaySo I StubbIt PennAnd StubbYes sinceChicago spatI married nowChicago I aboard Wifey A man Is the most sensible of all animals is he not Hubby Certainly Wifey Then I wonder why doesnt wear a loose comfortable collar like a dogs Not Shakespearean- My husband said the conceited lady is a Shakespearean actor Indeed Does he play In Ham let asked her friend No said the actors wife he only plays In the larger cities A Definition- A little girl who had listened to a discussion of the naturefakers in lit erature when asked to define the hu man and animal families replied- A brute is an imperfect beast man is a perfect beast Of the Making of Magazines Prospective you the Uptonow Magazine NewsStand Proprietor to assist ant Billy refer to your index and see if we have the Soured on Him attempted to squeeze Miss Gays hand last night did she do me a lemon Judge Explained Say dad what does uppity mean The same as persnickety my Well what does persnickity mean The same as uppity Run along Sentinel When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these gansalways fall Dont drug the nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a known to Druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops or liquid see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request bf Dr Shoop Racine WIn Your hea lth is surely worth this simple test B E McBoberts he CustomerHave UptonowPuck FreshlYI DobsonWhat FreshlyHanded son nowMilwaukee or stomach prescription Restorativetablets it J- l Wanted crt s ii rriu a roinuuat motnh ly ina iizine m sod commission basis Kxpcrieuce des ruble bnt not a c sary for rig t pvr au Ad dress Publisher UoxJ station O N vr York iTREES litsalary Good ofiortttnity fruit and OmamEn til I of a t r r USE ttepreseutativeic Lsneasierainl T rliii to look utr re in Shrubs Grape Vines As paragus Everything for Orchard Laura Garden We have no agents Catalogues on application H F IHLLENXSrER SONS LEXINGTON KY The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice POSTED the law Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G J W Sweeney J D Nave W S Anderson Mrs Gill W J Giilispie W T Worrel John A Sanders R L Burton Boian P D R C Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys sorely point to weak kidney Nerves The Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not in the organ Itself but in the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Restorative is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone It is waste of time and of money as wellIf your back aches or is weak If the urine scalds or is dark and strong if you have symptom of Brights or other distressing or dangerous disease try Dr Shoops Restorative month Tablets and see what it can and will do for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr RestorativeR LETTER TO OUR READERS Leading Druggists Guarantee By to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Nothing To the Editor In view of the prevalence of troubles at this season of the year we want to tell your that we have never any thing that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In Hyomei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyomei It is a local treatment for a local dis ease and its soothing healing goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with directions or we your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues c yonei Yours very truly R E McRoberts Druggist Mainspring of Life No One Can be Strong With a Weak StomachThe is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ishedOne may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by us ing pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona which restores lost functions of the whole digestive system revives nutrition and aids in the of food Miona is a pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restore the torpid glands and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation and cures all troubles such as head aches backaches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness and general debility which are caused by imperfect digestion- It is the only remedy that is so successful in the cure of diseases that we are to give a guarantee with every box of Miona tablets that the will cost nothing unless it cures R E McRoberts Druggist Is futile kidney or omei ca- tarrhal medication willrefund effect flagging I nervousness a readers thoroughly consists assimilation uniformly stomach willing remedy l ARKSCTIX It CINCINNATI 8ootsShoesRubbers2 CISi Best I E c IODY5IDD1EYQJII i Sales aa tdOC eras lgirisssi plsilar j IF 2 R mceaifeu C 2 7qa tJl6g t I1 rtiille1t8Steal room frI i Ma eni tyLr- Cnld amt loon are This l etkr n LZrSl AS Colnmbn Ohio Nov 5th 1901 Gentlemen F rsveral years the auction aflectinsr my hands anus and fet At times my feet became so srroilea that I could not wear iav u es wnuo the itcainr of the on my llanos and araia became almost unbearable Upon the Tccoinmeutlasion oC another such cufreror ai m eif I is puve KM immtsliate reliet ihave now fully recovered frviu lay ailment and I siva D D tae credit for aHectinsr what to tan GCY T GOBIS Bcnt be fooled Into thinking troubles comes from blood and dcnt your stomach with purges and blood remedies Eczema and altskin dis eases are caused by little that attack the skin externally D D D Prescription tills these g rms and leaves the skin clear soft and pithy Its work seems almost miraculous If you are skeptical go to the druggist whose name below and he will show you photos and proofs positive that D D D will actually cure any all skin diseases R E McRoberts I wash e the use of D D Dud D is fndI I3riOUS lure I that skin impurities ruin sut ever from Eczema const nt began anti n trulyyours Midwinter Term Which is the rush term Opens January 21st- Do you want to be i working unit in the livest most ambitions enthusias tic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky If so see your County Superinten dent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already done so and write to the President of the E K S N S fur a catalog telling him what studies you desire Roark Richmond Ky and TAR CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption F fcys Heney and Tar not oly tops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious la salts from a cold There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Fofoyc MwMy adTarIs taken as it will cure the most dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pnetnaoaia when fairysNMMV Hd Tar will cure quickly aa4 strengthen your lungs Remember the nama F0teyF Cy and refuse salsubstitute offered Donot take t han with some unknovrm preparation that costs you the same wheK you get Fsfeys MMy end Tar that in results Contains opiates Cw dAfter PhysfateM Said E H Jones Pastor M E Churck Grove SW writes About seven or ightyears ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample at Fokys Honey and Tar which gave ma BO much relief that I bought some at the regular size Two or three boW cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have serar had any trouble with my throat Three sbes 25c SOc IOt The SO cent size contains twa aaA onehalf times as much as the small sins and the LOO bottle almost aoc tiaM as muck C C J E Stormes Address- R N FOLEYS HONEY strengthens coughsthe you Tarand can costs sad sad certatia C II u very neat limp Kethat tiae il-l The t r usand o stubborn f rNl N hs to safe a NNazi er r r